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running right now, the first car one lap down in 20th place, needing to pass regan smith and carl edwards to be in position to get a free pass. >> going right back to the same place here guys. loose in, real tight in the center, going -- going away bad. >> 10-4. >> you see those hands on the wheel inside that 24, pretty busy. >> and talking and giving feedback to alan gustafson but that is one of the hardest things to fix, loose in and loose off but tight in the middle situation. >> it is. and really, in my experience, if you fix the middle a lot of that fixes itself. they have not had it tonight. but that's good feedback from jeff. >> carl edwards in front of the group, he's first car one lap down. pitted under green before the caution, rain, took the wave around to take back one of the two he lost. if a caution would come out now he would get on the lead lap. his hopes of finding his way into the chase barely alive. >> taking a chance got them a couple laps down, took a wave around and trying to pit early and take a chance and gain tracks position and make it all happen. this car here o
day monday this morning. i'm natalie morales. >> i'm carl quintanilla. matt and savannah have the day off. the kickoff for the presidential race. >> the republicans had their moment last week, now it's the democrats' turn. what do they have panned for their convention in charlotte this week? what message does the president need to deliver to reconnect thursday night? we'll talk about that with a top ranking member of his campaign. >> firefighters are hoping cooler weather will help in their fight against a dangerous wildfire that forced thousands of labor day campers to evacuate. the smoke so thick, it can be seen from los angeles more than 30 miles away. details coming up. >>> live to london where prince harry is scheduled to make his first public appearance since the now infamous party pictures in las vegas showed up online. >>> later outside for the holiday crowd on the plaza for matchbox 20. we love you. >> their first album in 10 years. it's good to see they are back and will be here performing for us. >>> we do want to begin now with the presidential race. chuck todd political w
contract extension. the carlson recorded nine goals, and 23 assists. he and carl have become quite the tandem. here's carl on his decision to say. >> i can focus on myself rather than the team rather than trying to focus on what comes next. everyone is different. i just, i mean i really like the city. i like the situation and you know, being close to home and the team we felt here. you know, this is what i wanted to do and i was addment about it. >> today was the redskins final day of practice. they will leave tomorrow for st. louis to a fifth straight season. we still do not know if wide receiver will play on sunday. he will be a game-time decision. he did do some work today, but dealing with foot plain. throughout the preseason, he was robert griffin iii's top target. the two connected on an 88-yard strike early and it was during that play that he was injured. here is mike shanahan on his condition. >> i think it's pretty easy when it's pain tolerance. feels like he can go full speed and let him go. it's a situation where you are going to make it a lot worse, obviously the ch
. mike emanuel thanks very much as the democratic women of the senate work the stage. we will go to carl cammeron for his sit down interview today with the republic candidate for president, mitt romney. what did mitt romney have to say about the controversies today at the democratic national convention? we'll have coverage of that coming up. this is the fox report on fox news channel. [ owner ] i need to expand to meet the needs of my growing business. but how am i going to fund it? and i have to find a way to manage my cash flow better. [ female announcer ] our wells fargo bankers are here to listen, offer guidance and provide you with options tailored to your business. we've loaned more money to small businesses than any other bank for ten years running. so come talk to us to see how we can help. wells fargo. together we'll go far. ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] introducing a reason...to look twice. introducing a stunning work of technology -- the entirely new lexus es. and the first-ever es hybrid. this is the pursuit of perfection. anyone have occasional constipation, diarrhea, gas,
't love me and you don't want to marry me? carl, this is not the time or the place. (sighs) why do you let me do these things?! this will cut together beautifully! hey, have you heard anything from molly? i'm sure everything's fine. we left her with victoria. mrs. flynn, no disrespect, but you know those two sentences don't go together. yeah, even as i said it, i wasn't buying it. vince: listen, since your bride is a no-show, what do you say joyce and i step in? i'm not letting you have my wedding, vince. come on! if i don't marry that crazy broad right away, she's gonna ruin my life! no deal. fine! i'm taking back my popcorn popper. molly...! is it just me or does your car smell like french fries? this vehicle's a hundred percent biodiesel. that's the corn oil you're smelling. corn oil? yeah. one of my customers manages a mcdonald's, and we've worked out kind of a barter system. i keep him in weed, and he keeps me in cooking grease and those tasty little apple pies. victoria: oh, i love those things. do we have time to stop? no! i am a half an hour late for my wedding. does this car go fa
. i'm jenna wolfe. >> and i'm carl quintanilla. les certificate on assignment. now we can reveal where he is, are afghanistan. it has been nearly 11 years since the war began there and just last week the announcement came the surge is over. did it work? where does that nation go from here? we'll check in with lester in just a moment. >>> plus, much more on the bounty placed on 0 the head of the man accused of making that anti-islam film that set off protests worldwide. >> then a sweet 16 party gone terribly wrong when thousands of partiers showed up for a big bash. you will not believe how it happened. >> a krizy story. you have to be careful with facebook these days. you post to one friend and post to every single person i've ever met in my life. >>> then brat packer andrew mck mccarthy will drop by. he started some of the most popular films of the '80s like "pretty in pink" and "st. elmos" fire. he's going to talk about the amazing journey he has had since then. a big fan? >> huge, huge. do you know his first big break? >> no. >> we'll tell you later. >> you are such a big tease, car
, but first we're going to bring with campaign carl cameron who's live in greenville, north carolina, not far from here. carl? >> reporter: hi, megyn. a couple hundred miles away and very much focused on what's happening with the democratic national convention. today the republican running mate paul ryan will be having an event near greenville. we're in the middle of the introductions now, and you can expect him to immediately go after democrats and the obama administration for their inability over the weekend to answer with a straight yes or no the question of whether you're better off now than you were four years ago. it was the democratic mayor of maryland, martin o'malley, who said now, and then this morning top aides came forward and said, well, absolutely things are better. republicans are going to say it's clearly an example of democrats not knowing where the economy is, and republicans will argue that democrats are out of touch. there is a poll out now by the associated press that suggests that by a better than 2 to 1 margin most americans think they are about where they were four yea
correspondent, carl cameron in boston. virginia has a lot of military jobs. how did romney use that to appeal to old dominion voters today? >> very deliberate, as a matter of fact. he was down in virginia beach, an area where there is lots of military families, active and retired. a big, big part of the economy. also a big part of the economy in northern virginia. around washington, d.c what he was doing was two pronged approach. trying to appeal to pocketbook issues for people who do depend on those types of military-relatessed jobs, but also to american heart strings and make the argument that the american military deserves better support. and what mr. romney did was essentially take the president to task for the idea of so-called sequestration which refers to the fiscal cliff the government would face in january if no strong steps were taken to cut spending, automatic spending cuts kick in. >> the estimates of the kind of numbers of jobs lost in virginia from these cuts is between 100 and 200,000. it's unthinkable. it's unthinkable to virginia, our employment needs, but also unthinkable to
of that tragic day? where were you? on our facebook page carl writes, although i was living abroad i never felt so far away from home. i moved back to the u.s. just a few months later. i felt the need to be in the usa. sherri was in the pentagon as the day unfolded. lakisha says she was a jirn lie school in her first day of class thinking, the first thing i saw, the first tower onire, then the second impact. my heart dropped. continue to share your thoughts at myfoxdc.com. >>> new tonight, the health of a potomac, maryland man being held in cuba is getting worse. the wife of alan gross just returned from a four-day visit to see her husband in jail. she released a statement that says in part, "i am devastated by his appearance. alan's health continues to deteriorate. while his spirit remains strong, i fear he is not going to survive this terrible ordeal." she continued to plead for his release. he was arrested and convicted of spying. he's serving a 15-year sentence. >>> a developing story in maryland where the hunt is on for answers after a teenager was shot and killed while walking to school t
breaks for developers who don't need them are also keeping tax rates high says councilman carl stokes. 23::3:57 "unfortunatley they decided to widen the tax break and add perkkns homes to their census taact"stokes points to the millions in tax breaks just approved for a new office builing on this priie parcel on the inner harbor real estate.. the soon to be energy giant exilon.energy giant exiloo.23:03:57 "unfortunntley they decided to widen the tax break and add perkins homes to their census tarct"but to qualify....thh parcel was included in the same census tract as this low incomm perkins homes housing seem...poorer. +23:03:27"it's lauighable, you know., it's laughable, one of my collegaues says i think we= won the war on poverty in harbor easta perfect example, says stokes, of costly tax breaks for developers who don't need them.23:04:31q: are we tlkaing about thhusands, millions?a; millions, it's awlays millions, t not's hundreds or thousand, it's millions."costs that residents say makes the pain f rising tax es 20:07:29"were are alll the srvices"along with cuts in srvices"a
and -- hypnotist and magician. >> cat ti terry is the gem manager of carls junior. she had a gun shoved into her face, given two days off and then fired. cat he's boss wouldn't tell us why she was fired. >>> this florida man and his horse galloped right through a stop sign and kept riding through the entire city in st. august stein. after a few hours people started following the rider who was weaving between cars and he was eventually pulled off the horse and arrested. >>> dogs pushing dogs in strollers. southern california. is this great? look at this. it's like a stroller race in pimlico, the second saturday if may. can't get enough of this. get your dogs to do that at home. >> no kidding. >> love it. looks like they're having fun. >> all right. school is back in session. so are fall sports teams. >> what every parent needs to know to keep kids from getting concussions. >> a game ends with a 15-year-old by dead. >> and you scrub, scour and sponge but are you did thing the best cleaner possible. which cleaning brands really deliver on the promises they make.
-powered blenders. that should be fun to check out. this is in the 800 block of carl street charles street 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. today. >>> the ravens are gearing up to meet the patriots this weekend. you may remember the last game. the grudge match starts at 8:20 sunday night. we'll let you know how to dress if you have tickets for that. >>> tomorrow there's a fundraiser for the victim of the perry high school shooting. daniel bowery's family says they will be raising money for his medical bills and he'll be at the event. the party will happen 11:00 to 7:00 saturday. a fellow student is charged with shooting bowery. >>> new this morning, teachers in anne arundel county will get more money in their paychecks. the school board approved a 1.25% cost of living increase. about 6,000 workers will get raises at the cost of nearly $2.5 million. most of those will get the raise coming up in january. >>> a judge rules a change in the pension system. this is the baltimore police and firefighters. that judge says it's unconstitutional. the unions have been fighting a change that came down in 2010. they say
raceway. but he is starting his day in boston. that is where carl cameron standing by live with us with more from there. >> romney is a big car guy so take a little nascar this afternoon. earlier today he was out down in virginia beach and fired up and going after democrats for the controversy in many ways overshadowed much of their democratic convention. removal of planks for god that their official party platform. today it was very clear that mitt romney wants to push a values criticism of democrats and the president for what happened at the democratic national convention, not just the removal of god but the idea there was a temporary omission and big battle to include jerusalem as the capitol of israel. this is an example of how democrats are not in touch. >> that pledge says under god i will not take god out of the name of our platform. [ cheers and applause ] >> i will not take god out of our coins and i will not take god out of my heart. we are nation bestowed by god. >> reporter: romney went on to say we are nation indivisible. he won't aapologize for americans here at home
, this happening in parkville. we're talking about a 19-year- old and an 18-year-old, carl ready. you see them right there on your screen, charged with concocting drugs for huffing. chenoffo's mother says the boys were mixing engine starter fluid with watein plastic bottles. she says she thinks they planned to sell those as an inhalant. she says her son made facebook posts threatening to shoot up local high schools. >> he actually idolizes columbine, he knows their names, he thinks it's fabulous. he idolizes all the people that do that kind of stuff and i'm afraid in the long run he could basically do the same thing to a school and it scares me. >> police say that they have not found evidence yet that a threat like this could have been carried out. >>> a man accused of setting two fires at a denny's in harford county still on the loose this morning, but there is a $10,000 reward now being offered for any information leading to an arrest. deputy state fire marshal right now is trying to find a person of interest seen on this surveillance video at the time of both fires. the fires were set in t
are identifying the men involved as justin and carl. jury deliberations are under way in the two man accused of a holiday season murder. frank williams and william are charged in the shooting death of rodney outside of the mall in december of last year. one of the most shocking developments, testimony that alleges they were members of the black guerrilla family game. deliberations got started this afternoon. we will bring you any late breaking developments. >> in tonight's medical alerts, millions of americans have high blood pressure that is not under control. that is true for about half of the 67 million american adults who have hypertension and with the cost of blood -- but pressure at $130 million, that statistic has worried cardiologists because that is the same number 20 years ago. it is a major red flag and doctors say patients must be more aggressive about getting their blood pressure down to a healthy level. a baby with a fever with 106 would frighten any parent. that is what happened to someone who had been bitten by mosquitoes and tested positive for west nile by this. we spoke wi
information online prevent you from using a specific app or website? >> carl tells us what we offer from a lot of folks. we will post more answers on our website, wbaltv.com. >> we have a couple of accidents including the one in darlington. a fatal crash. route 1 is closed. take 95 as your alternate. mountain road and 100, a crash in pasadena. this is wilkins avenue. delays in place from 795 all the way down. this is 95 moving down from the northeast. >> a lot of orioles fans going to the game tonight against the yankees. >> there will be baseball tonight. 30% chance for some rain showers. high temperature of 88. it will be warm and muggy but there will be baseball. >> the numbers are ran for the past months casino revenues and there is some call for concern. >> who is hungry? >> those stories and the latest traffic and with the bank of dates when you join us on comcast channel 208, verizon fios 460, and 11-2.. >> thanks for joining us for 11 news today. >> we will be back with a live update at 7:25. >> have a good one. good morning! wow. want to start the day with something heart healthy and
in january. the show will air live on cbs. carl urban and olivia theraby are promoting their new action flick. >> i want him dead. >> reporter: she plays a rookie crime fighter. the costume included headgear so audiences never see the entire face on screen. >> yeah, that was a huge challenge, you know, how to communicate with the audience without the use of your eyes. >> it was hard to learn. kind of requires a level of full body coordination that doesn't come naturally to me. >> reporter: dread 3-d opens on friday. james and sarah were in new york for the world premiere of their new drama backwards. it's about a woman who is reunited with her ex-boyfriend after she fails to make the olympic rowing team. that's your eye on entertainment, teresa garcia, cbs news, los angeles. >>> you're missing so much. good morning. thank you for watching 9 news now at 5:00 a.m. i'm andrea roane. >> little river kind of wheeling around. i'm mike hydeck. welcome to wednesday. it's wednesday, right? >> whacky wednesday. >> good morning, monika. >> good morning. >> how is traffic? >> it's okay. >> you're going t
carl stokes. 23:03:57 "unfortunatley they decided to widen the tax break and add perkins homes to their census tarct"stokessppints to the millionn in tax breaks just approved for a new office builing onnthis prime parcel on the inner harbor real estate.. the soon to be maryland headquarters of ennrgy giant exilon.23:03:57 "unfortunatley they decided to widen the tax break and add &ptarct"but to qualify....the parcel was incluued in thee same census tract as this low income perkins homes housing project to makk it seem...poorer. +23:03::7"it's lauighable, you know., it's laughablee ne of my coolegaues says i think we= won the war on poverty in harbor easta perfect example, says stokes, of cossly tax breaks for developers who we tlkking about thousands, millions?a;;millions, it's awlays millions, it noo's hundreds or the... mayor... hopes to release... a ...ten year plan... soon/ soon.../// she's hoping that'll cause more reform to the city's employee pension plan. 3 3 tonite marks thee susquacentennial of the bloodiesttbattle in u--s hhstory... a bat
practice went down during the obama administration. a lot of people have been hurt. host: carl is a republican in a little late new jersey -- a little lake, new jersey. caller: i want to say a couple of things. i think the michelle -- hi, how're you doing? host: you got to turn on -- turned down the volume on the tv. caller: hang on. host: we will put you on hold. it will come back. and they get in texas. please go ahead with your comment. caller: thank you for allowing my comments. i watched both conventions. i was very pleased, being a texan, with the democratic leaders in texas. and i was proud to see the young mayor from san antonio speak. i think is a good way to go. i am a retired teacher. i heard teachers spoken about positively for probably the first time in five years. i think they touched the bases of the middle class with the police and the firefighters and the teachers. we have been struggling for the past four years. it is not like everybody has not been taking it in, but there has been so much obstruction on the republican side. i of pre-existing conditions and ma
votes to a third party it is his fault. mr. goode has a right to run. next is carl, joining us from palm bay, florida, good morning, democrats' line. caller: yes,mo -- good morning. it's just a couple of things. host: carl, we're short on time. caller: triple down economics are talked as what do the high paid pundits talk about, the answer is whatever the suggestion, whatever the pundits say, it has always been this way or that they will save the day to we can't go back to yesterday or it's much too higher price to pay. all of these answers from them to you are true, if you believe these answers true, then you must at the voting booth, if you really want the truth, vote on the high paid pundits, fully out. for both me and you. host: we'll get a response. congressman goode. guest: there was some good rhyme there. the ones that again, the big money is behind the two major parties, the candidates, at least, obama and romney. and i won't rehash totally everything i said before. but they have hundreds of millions of dollars. and they spend more with the media, the media station, the televisio
disspended. >>> a terrifying ordeal for a manager at carl's jr. after taking time off to recover, she was fired from her job. carl's jr. is not saying why. and some new developments in the decades-old search for teamsters' boss, jimmy hoffa. police in detroit have received a new trip that hoffa is buried under the driveway you see there. they're now taking soil samples. thousands of tips have come in when hoffa vanished in 1975. >>> finally, the prime minister of great britain, perhaps a little embarrassed this morning. he was on david letterman last night. got a pop quiz on british history. he did rather well. but he missed two. he knew which year the magna carta was signed. but he didn't know what magna carta meant. it means great charter. he also couldn't name the composer of "rule britannia." that composer is? thomas arnes. i'm going to guess there aren't a ton of brits that know it, either. on par, he can be excused. >> a pop quiz. >> nose are the only two he missed. >> little high-risk for a british prime minister on letterman. josh, thanks. >>> the race for the white house. "yo
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-- >> the first call forecast comes from carl in elizabeth, new jersey. carl you are on booktv. please go ahead. >> thank you peter. this is a great privilege. mr. smith's book on eisenhower i got at the library and i am the middle of drafting a letter to david and his father. now that i see the two eisenhower's onstage together, it's going to have a third addressee, mrs. eisenhower as well. i have a -- i also want to say my earliest political memory is my mother saying general eisenhower was nominated at the 52 republican convention so that gives away what my age might be but i have a serious question concerning how history is recorded regarding the incident of may 1, 1960 and i have reference to mmo of general who was in a two president eisenhower. after checking with the present i informed mr. bissell of the cia that the u2 makar pressure may be undertaken provided it is carried out prior to may 1. that memo and less is written to cover general goodpaster -- suggests that the u2 might not have been authorized by a president president eisenhower but in fact would would have bea rogue operatio
families like the great billy madison. >> hey carl, what's up? >> nothing much, billy. i see you got a little sun today. >> yeah, you think so? >> i was sitting by the pool. >> can i keep watching. >> brian: in the movie, he went back to school to earn his inheritancistence. a new study finds 40% of americans expect to get one from their parents, despite the poor economy. as a result, they aren't saving for retirement. can't wait, my mom has got a lot of money. >> gretchen: how did you rate billy madison as a movie? >> brian: great movie. >> gretchen: just checking. thank you so much. on abc news this week, "washington post" columnist george will criticized the democrats for initially leaving out the language recognizing jerusalem as the capitol of israel. >> removing the capitol of israel was an act of commission. you go out on the street of any american city, you go out in newark, stop someone and say, what is the capitol of delaware, vermont, and israel? some people will know dover. some are going to know month pill yea. everyone except the american state department knows that the
in the 2009 economic stimulus and elsewhere. so far -- host: let's go to carl. caller: i have a couple of comments. i have been in the gas and oil industry on and off for 40 years, and there are so many misconceptions i am hearing, it is making me pull my hair out. let me say a couple of things. one, talking about the keystone pipeline and how it is "going to ruin the aquifer in the midwest ," when all these people that say this -- i do not hear one of them say we do have quite a few hundred miles of pipes out there right now, and in fact they have been working successfully for many, many years. as long as they're put in and maintained properly, for the most part they do not leak. two, we need that pipeline. we have all this oil and gas being drilled in south dakota. it cannot get to the refinery. what refineries we have left, because now we have the epa, who has created conditions where the refineries have to add a biomass which does not exist anywhere but in the laboratory. and they are finding -- they are finding the refineries for not using a product that does not exist. guest: tra
-year-old justin "the trendoffo" and carl ready are charged with concocting drugs for huffing. the boy's mother says the boys were mixing engine starter fluid. she says they planned to sell that as an inhalant. she also said her son made facebook posts threatening to shoot up local schools. >>> time for weather. we'll send it over to meteorologist lynette charles and see how it's shaping up outside. >> we're drying up in harford county, cecil, we did have spotty showers. but now a break in the action. as we go throughout the day, we have possibilities for scattered showers picking uch. we will see a little bit of sunshine as we go throughout the day. that will be mixing with some cloud cover. temperature right now in baltimore at 77 degrees. we are very humid once again. and this is what it looks like for your hour-by-hour forecast. we will be at 88 degrees. that's the high with some thunderstorms. let's get a check now of the traffic with mike. good morning. >>reporter: good morning, lynette, good morning, everybody. we'll take you right to the boards and show you a lot of tieups on
will come roaring back. and interesting we hear carl earlier in the program in the newshour, and he talked about imported from detroit. that story of chrysler. chrysler paid off its bailed loan from the federal government six years early. these are all successes. >> woodruff: here's my question about what we're watching. maybe it's about what happened at conventions but on the campaign trial, you just watch the ads you hear lots of conversations about bain and mitt romney's taxes. there had been glancing mentions in this campaign, this convention so far to mitt romney's taxes and we just saw the biggest about mitt romney's history at bain. it feels like we're looking at the flip side of the sale christ but we're -- same conversation but we're not really having it. >> it points to the past. >> ifill: there's something different happening in the campaign trail than what's happening in this convention hall. >> it's a very different convention from 7:00 to 10:00 pm and 10:00 pm on. 7:00 pm are debates and the only people watching are hard core party members. >> ifill: like us. >> or some pe
toward carl county about 4 p.m. it's going to take longer to get to baltimore. mainly after 6 p.m. through about 10 p.m. that's the best chance to see showers. but they will be very scattered. so not everyone is even going to see them. that is your forecast for today. chance for showers as we get into tonight, showers into the evening hours. as we drop down into the 50s and upper 40s. here's what is happening. that stationary front, that pesky one that was affecting the area the last couple of days, it's still sitting off shore. it drags back into texas. this is the next storm system we do have to watch out for. clouds coming in off the gulf coast. heavier rain as well. all of the rain will be migrating into the east the next couple of days. that will be the next area of rain we have to watch out for. we're off to 72 today. 73 tomorrow. tomorrow will be mostly dry, but increasing clouds later in the day ahead of that next storm system. pretty good chances for rain. high of 75. we start to dry out wednesday. >>> an elderly woman in portland maine is lucky to be alive thanks to so
of this effort to diffuse the part of the sequester that would hit the pentagon. and he and carl evan and several others were talking about a plan that might seek to replace the defense cuts by raising taxes. at long last, after all of this fighting, raising some taxes. is that, do you think, is such an idea, would that be ameanable in the house, is anybody talking about it? do you think, as we get closer to the fiscal cliff, it might become something people will be willing to consider? >> that remains to be seen. you know, in the heat of the election has passed us in november, then is the time we need to sit down and be very, very serious about dealing with it. it would be disastrous, military especially. we would go back to preworld war ii army marine personnel. we would go back to 1915 on naval ships, on navy ships. and this kind of a world that we live in, that's just intolerable. we simply cannot do that. so i think the pressure will be intense. after the election, and people say well, the election's over, let's get down to business. i think the pressure's going to be intense. the deal with
, these banks -- and i have read the findings of the senate hearings on the bank ing that karl levin -- carl levin shared and they were found guilty of prosecutable fraud. now obama, he turned it over to the justice department and obama and holder have done nothing to these banks. they're accomplices. they're criminals. romney will be the same. host: gary, thank you for the call. alan colmes, your response. guest: i think we needed to save the banks. i'm not sure obama is an accomplice to bank fraud. i think this president has actually gone after wall street, the people who gave him money to get elected, he has done wall street reform and bank reform. i'm not sure i agree he's an accomplice to a crime. i think it's a pretty extreme statement. you know, there are people who don't like any politicians, think they're all crimes, i don't particularly have that view. i respect your opinion, sir, but i don't see it that way. this president has been actually pretty tough in reinstalling some of the regulations that we lost during years of republican rule. host: is barack obama a liberal, was bill c
general and at that time u.s. ambassador carl eikenberry. ambassador to afghanistan. we were at the ambassador's residence in kabul and i was struck with the same that -- statement that was made. negotiation. to men and women in uniform. those men and women who served in our nation's armed forces around the world. but too rarely do we extend our appreciation to the men and women who represent the united states of america in the foreign service. as diplomats around the world. . and general eikenberry encouraged us to do that and mr. price and i have consistently done that in the visits of the house democracy partnership to the 17 con2riss with which we partnered over the past seven years. . mr. price and i were leading a delegation to afghanistan and we recounted that story to our great diplomat, ryan crocker, u.s. ambassador to afghanistan and ambassador crocker, when we shared the story with him, reminded us that more u.s. ambassadors have been killed since the vietnam war than generals or admirals. we know that down at the harry s. truman building there is a plaque that lis
with american sign ties, and the americans came in saying we're in charge. >> yeah. >> particularly carl johnson from the cdc. >> yes. >> and you found african colleagues to collaborate with and fellow belgiums, came a little bit later after you had been there awhile. tell me what you learned in 1976 that guided you forward about international cooperation. >> yeah. when i discovered that where i came from, the means we had both financially and technically, were far inferior to what was, you know, available here in the u.s., and whereas i resented that, indeed, you know, we had isolated the virus for the first timing and the folks from cdc came and said we're taking over. i resented that. that's absolutely true. then i saw i could learn so much, and joel brennan who really initiated me into the field of epidemiology, and i'm really still grateful for him, and it was not only the u.s., but it was like in some of the jobs, there's a frenchman and a south african and a brit and a belgium and an american, and then some congoes in a plan. the power of coming up with different perspectives i found so f
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